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Join the MMRF as we continue to expand our program to new heights... and depths with
the Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma (MM4MM) Peak Weekends Program!
This program is open to all with a personal connection to multiple myeloma - patients, caregivers, past MM4MM participants, etc. 
 
Mount Washington is the highest peak in the northeastern United States and the most prominent peak east of the Mississippi at 6,288 feet above sea level. Known for it's extreme weather and popularity in the hiking world, this is a very exclusive opportunity to climb as a team with the MMRF.

If you are a moderate to experienced hiker looking for an outstanding summer adventure in the name of cancer research, this is absolutely the hike for you! We will take the less populated Booth Spur Trail which offers more expansive views and a more serene setting. Gaining over 4,000 feet in elevation, this challenging 10.8 mile day hike will feel so rewarding once you reach the famous summit! End the day as a team celebrating our victorious climb with dinner nearby in beautiful New Hampshire!



What's Included:
- Branded Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma Technical Tee and Baseball Cap
- 1 Night Hotel Stay (double occupancy)
          - Single occupancy is available for a small additional fee and can be selected in the registration process

- Trained guides & experienced MMRF staff to lead you on the hike
- 1 Bagged Lunch & 1 Celebration Dinner
          - Bagged lunch will be prepared as a team on Saturday morning prior to the start of hiking
- Ground transportation to & from team hotel to trail head


What's Required & Not Included:
- Airfare and/or travel to team hotel 
- Breakfast
- Daypack/Backpack
- Water Bottles (You will need at least 2 liters of water carried in your pack on Saturday)
- Other personal gear & expenses not listed above.

 
Fundraising Minimum: $1,000
Goal: $20,000

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